|In 1999, DynCorp, under contract to the U.S. State Department, hired Kathryn Bolkovac, a Nebraskan law officer, to serve as a United Nations peacekeeper in Bosnia. When she discovered the extent of DynCorp's complicity in sex trafficking, she barely escaped with her life and blew the whistle. She won in court, but DynCorp went on to even bigger U.S. contracts in Iraq.
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